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21 March 2020
| Dataset date: January 01, 2007-December 31, 2007
Contains data from the DHS data portal. There is also a dataset containing Ukraine - Subnational Demographic and Health Data on HDX.
The DHS Program Application Programming Interface (API) provides software developers access to aggregated indicator data from The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Program. The API can be used to create various applications to help analyze, visualize, explore and disseminate data on population, health, HIV, and nutrition from more than 90 countries.
16 March 2020
| Dataset date: December 31, 2018-December 31, 2018
This dataset contains the affected populations, people in need and targeted populations by sector, region and disaggregated by sex and age.
The dataset is produced by the United Nations for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in collaboration with humanitarian partners.
11 October 2019
| Dataset date: January 22, 2018-December 14, 2018
In 2016, REACH with the support of OFDA conducted the first area based assessment (ABA) in Ukraine focusing on access to basic services for the 100 government controlled cities and villages along the line of contact seperating the government controlled (GCA) and non government controlled areas (NGCA) of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. The assessment found that access to basic services in conflict-affected areas the assessed communities had been severely disrupted due to the disconnection between peripheries of large cities Donbas and the city centers now in non-governmental controlled areas (NGCA). As a result of the seperation between GCA and NGCA, settlements along the line of contact in the GCA have reorganised themselves inward towards government controlled urban centers. The networks of communities that access basic services unit geographies in government controlled areas have adjusted to the reality of a disconnection with non-government controlled cities by accessing all services and markets in reorganizing into new basic service units surrounding cities controlled by the Ukrainian Government. Based on findings from the area based assessment (ABA), this reorganization of basic services units in Donetsk and Luhansk Oblastsbas increases pressure on administrative services, housing, education and health services due to multiple potential factors including: i) the departure of qualified personnel ii) the arrival of conflict-displaced populations iii) and the relocation of of administrative centers. In order to support effective recovery and longer-term development planning it is critical to understand how the conflict has brought new challenges to service delivery in GCA urban centers close to the line of contact, particularly with regards to the new population flows following the effective closure of large urbanized areas in the NGCA. General Objective To understand the gaps and in the provision of basic services (by service providers) and the barriers to accessing basic services (by households) in raions that have been been separated by the contact line in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.
7 August 2019
| Dataset date: January 01, 2018-December 31, 2018
This dataset includes any criminally motivated events in which aid agency or aid worker property was stolen, destroyed or otherwise misappropriated in 2018. Categorised by date, country, crime sub-type.
28 September 2018
| Dataset date: January 01, 1950-December 31, 2050
The urban indicators data available here are analyzed, compiled and published by UN-Habitat’s Global Urban Observatory which supports governments, local authorities and civil society organizations to develop urban indicators, data and statistics. Urban statistics are collected through household surveys and censuses conducted by national statistics authorities. Global Urban Observatory team analyses and compiles urban indicators statistics from surveys and censuses. Additionally, Local urban observatories collect, compile and analyze urban data for national policy development. Population statistics are produced by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, World Urbanization Prospects.